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at indiana state prison are meant to provide comfort. if anything comes close, it's visitation. >> you've both been here before, right? >> yes, ma'am. >> visitation is a valued privilege for inmates, but it can also be abused. it's the most common route for contraband to enter the prison. >> there's going to be a visitor bringing contraband on a noncontact visit. >> an anonymous tip has internal affairs on high alert. >> if a pass takes place, we're going to stop the contraband. if it is felony contraband, we may look at doing an arrest today on a visitor. >> i'm known for gang-banging and calling shots and assaults and drugs and trafficking. that's been my whole makeup my whole life. i'm a criminal. i'm on idu which is the intensive detention unit. it's segregation. due to the fact that i'm on idu, i've got to have noncontact visits. i don't get to touch my loved ones. i got to see them through glass and bars. >> as he is escorted to visitation, billy groves has no idea the visitor internal affairs has received a tip on is his girlfriend. >> i woke up like at 5:00, got up, shaved, bru
or not employed can get back to work. >> one of things we saw, but ohio, indiana, other places, is that labor aside -- where were it's clearly the policy dispute, politically you've been the ones that have been the backbone in terms of resources in helping to even the plays field. when is look at the ten largest contributors to what was in the given political landscape, only two of the top ten -- three of the top ten, forgive me, were supported quote liberal or progressive side, all thee of them were union. seiu, afscme, and the nea. also were conservative groups looks the chamber of commerce, crossroads, and in many ways, aside from the policy difference, i would suspect, and i'm subject to conspiracy sometimes, that they want to try to break the unions, because it also stops the resources of the opposition. >> absolutely. they attack us in 20-some states that we have to defend ourselves, and you use the resources up to that you would use to educate. they try to get you to eat them up, but in this case it actually backfired. not only did it energized our members, it energized the general pub
, indiana. then at 4:45 john boehner will deliver some remarks for a grand opening for jobs in his district. he will be leading a bipartisan delegation to shanksville, pennsylvania, to honor the victims of flight 93 who may have saved the capital from being attacked on 9/11. yeah. 24 bucks later. that hurts. it's not like i really had a choice. snack on this. progressive's "name your price" tool showed me a range of coverages and i picked the one that worked for me. i saved hundreds. wow, that's dinner and a movie. [ dramatic soundtrack plays ] this picture stars you and savings. but mostly savings. out there with a better way. now, that's progressive. a network of possibilities... ♪ in here, pets never get lost. ♪ in here, every continent fits in one room. it was fun, we played football outside. why are you sitting in the dark? ♪ [ male announcer ] in here, you're never away from home. it's the at&t network. and what's possible in here is almost impossible to say. >>> time for the flip side. our look behind the headlines. unemployment may be stuck at 9.1%. but one segment of the econ
's approaching roughly $60,000 a year. now take a look at indiana's numbers. some of their numbers are pretty heartening, as well. part of the reason republicans wanted governor mitch daniels in the 201 presidential race, because 32%, their workforce there, has seen expansion. average income is at $40,000. and then a big dip in unemployment. >>> and the top state for job growth? take a peek. it is michigan. the state's unemployment rate is above the national average but it's dipped nearly 2% over the last year. even with the high national unemployment we've seen some private sector job growth every month this year. rosemary from careerbuilder.com, vice president for human resources, is here to help us break down the facts for job seekers out there. good to see you this morning. this is such an important segment that we're very proud of here because we want to see america get back to work and we've seen the states. talk to us about the sectors that people have the best chance to find the current openings in right now. >> we're definitely seeing a variety of speeds, i think in that recovery. in
in the infrastructure? winning by taking out a whole battle to eradicate collective bargaining in wisconsin and indiana and wipe out the labor movement? winning by talking about privatizing social security? yeah, it's warfare and they're angry because people are saying, stop the war against the working class and the poor and let's build one nation that stands fair and equitable for everyone. joining me now, connecticut congressman john larsen, chairman of the house democratic caucus, a passionate voice focusing on jobs, not cuts. thank you for joining me, congressman. >> happy to be with you, reverend al. >> the president spoke today, it seemed like the fighting president that a lot of people have been saying they wanted to see. he clearly took the position today that he wanted to protect people that needed the protection. he wanted real shared sacrifice. and i think he said that he will even veto any move by the super committee that would, in fact, cut spending and not balance it out with trying to deal with the new revenues in terms of those new tax laws and the new tax code that he had proposed. wha
and -- the laws that have -- also passed in indiana and georgia. they have been blocked in part or entirely by federal judges. the difference here in alabama is this law is much more restrictive. it is more expansive. and that we now have a judge that's conflicted in the decision with the decisions that have been made in the other four states. the comparison to arizona's quite simple. it is a more restrictive, tougher, and potentially more divisive law than the one in arizona, pure and simple. if you look at the provisions you mentioned in the introduction, you know, governor brewer here in arizona could never identify what reasonable suspicion was in terms of what was undocumented or not. i'm sure the governor of alabama would ask the same question and would have a difficult time describing what this is. as it applies to children and our public school system, supreme court 30 years ago said that immigration status was not a status for primary education. decision by -- by this federal judge runs in conflict with that decision. all of the -- many of us feel this law is another harbinger of v
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